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Essex chambers members board chartered train for unusual networking event

PUBLISHED: 14:59 25 June 2018

Denise Rossiter, chief executive of Essex Chambers of Commerce with Julian Drury, managing director of Trenitalia c2c Picture: ANDREA INCE/ESSEX CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE

Denise Rossiter, chief executive of Essex Chambers of Commerce with Julian Drury, managing director of Trenitalia c2c Picture: ANDREA INCE/ESSEX CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE

Essex Chambers of Commerce

Essex chambers members got on board for a unique networking event held on a chartered train.

The c2c Networking Express on Thursday, June 21, was organised by Essex Chambers of Commerce in conjunction with Trenitalia c2c, South Essex College and Holiday Inn, Basildon, for a unique networking event.

The train collected passengers at Basildon Station for a journey which took them to Shoeburyness and back a couple of times.

They listened to presentations from Julian Drury, Managing Director of Trenitalia c2c, Denise Rossiter, chief executive of Essex Chambers, Joanne Giles, director of apprenticeships and employer engagement for South Essex College and Adam Judge, general manager of Holiday Inn, Basildon.

Ms Rossiter said it was a special event providing “networking with a difference”, which had brought the business community of Essex together.

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